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USCO: Conversation with 1960s Multimedia PioneersApr 16, 2019 Listen
The UndefeatedApr 16, 2019 Listen
Watching Thinking: Self-Reflection and the Study of Process in DrawingApr 16, 2019 Listen
Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Alex KatzApr 16, 2019 Listen
The Sixty-Eighth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: End as Beginning: Chinese Art and Dynastic Time, Part 3: Conflicting Temporalities: Heaven’s Mandate and Its AntithesesApr 16, 2019 Listen
Chartres: Light RebornApr 09, 2019 Listen
Rachel Whiteread Symposium, Part 4: Remarks and DiscussionApr 09, 2019 Listen
Rachel Whiteread Symposium, Part 3: A Conversation with Lynne Cooke and Cristina IglesiasApr 09, 2019 Listen
Rachel Whiteread Symposium, Part 2: Three Halcyon Arts Lab Fellows RespondApr 09, 2019 Listen
Rachel Whiteread Symposium, Part 1—Rachel Whiteread: Weathering, Patina, TimeApr 09, 2019 Listen
The Sixty-Eighth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: End as Beginning: Chinese Art and Dynastic Time, Part 2: Reconfiguring the World: The First Emperor’s Art ProjectsApr 09, 2019 Listen
The Sixty-Eighth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: End as Beginning: Chinese Art and Dynastic Time, Part 1: The Emergence of Dynastic Time in Chinese ArtApr 02, 2019 Listen
The Art of Light: A Conversation with Charles Ross and James MeyerMar 26, 2019 Listen
Pop without Pretense: Mass Media and the Art of James CastleMar 26, 2019 Listen
Boutet de Monvel’s Jeanne d’Arc: The Corcoran Commission and InstallationMar 26, 2019 Listen
Boutet de Monvel’s Jeanne d’Arc: The Passion for All Things Post-Medieval: A Multimedia PerspectiveMar 26, 2019 Listen
Boutet de Monvel’s Jeanne d’Arc: The Role of the Bibliophile in the French Medieval AestheticMar 26, 2019 Listen
Boutet de Monvel’s Jeanne d’Arc: From Print to PaintMar 26, 2019 Listen
Painting and RepresentationMar 05, 2019 Listen
linn meyers: workFeb 26, 2019 Listen
Four Centuries of American ChairsFeb 26, 2019 Listen
Arnold Newman Lecture Series on Photography: Dawoud BeyFeb 26, 2019 Listen
The Christmas Story in ArtFeb 05, 2019 Listen
Cataloging the Corcoran Collection: Highlights in the Department of PhotographsFeb 05, 2019 Listen
The Edmond J. Safra Visiting Professors at the National Gallery of Art: Victor I. StoichitaJan 01, 2019 Listen
John EdmondsDec 18, 2018 Listen
Cataloging the Corcoran Collection: The Story of American Print PublishingNov 27, 2018 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Work 1940–1950Nov 27, 2018 Listen
Present Tense: Corot, Photography, and the BodyNov 13, 2018 Listen
Picturing Alexander HamiltonNov 13, 2018 Listen
Reflections on the Collection: The Edmond J. Safra Visiting Professors at the National Gallery of Art: Carel van Tuyll van Serooskerken on Annibale and Agostino Carracci, River Landscapes (c. 1590/1595)Nov 13, 2018 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: Against TitianNov 13, 2018 Listen
Forty Years of Exhibitions: A Baker’s Dozen Memorable ShowsOct 23, 2018 Listen
The Longest Running Show: Small French Paintings from the Ailsa Mellon Bruce CollectionOct 23, 2018 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition: The Chiaroscuro Woodcut in Renaissance ItalyOct 16, 2018 Listen
Caitlin Teal PriceOct 09, 2018 Listen
Modern Sculpture in the National GalleryOct 09, 2018 Listen
MinimalismOct 02, 2018 Listen
Reflecting on Collecting: Recent Acquisitions of Modern ArtOct 02, 2018 Listen
Pop ArtSep 25, 2018 Listen
The Washington D.C. Color SchoolSep 25, 2018 Listen
Stanley Kubrick: The Irony of FeelingSep 18, 2018 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—Rachel WhitereadSep 18, 2018 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—Corot: WomenSep 18, 2018 Listen
Post-World War II European ArtSep 11, 2018 Listen
Abstract ExpressionismSep 11, 2018 Listen
Cézanne Portraits in ContextAug 28, 2018 Listen
Abstraction and PurityAug 28, 2018 Listen
Ingmar Bergman and the Visual ArtsAug 28, 2018 Listen
Dada and SurrealismAug 28, 2018 Listen
German and Austrian ExpressionismAug 28, 2018 Listen
Avant-Garde to Underground: Outliers and FilmAug 21, 2018 Listen
Monet at VétheuilAug 07, 2018 Listen
Early Picasso and CubismAug 07, 2018 Listen
Henri Matisse and FauvismAug 07, 2018 Listen
American Art, 1900–1950: Henri, Stieglitz and Their CirclesAug 07, 2018 Listen
Amedeo Modigliani (1884–1920)Aug 07, 2018 Listen
Extending Tradition: French Painting, 1890–1940Aug 07, 2018 Listen
German Expressionism and Degenerate ArtAug 07, 2018 Listen
Anne Charlotte Robertson: Selections from “Five Year Diary”Jul 31, 2018 Listen
Maruja Mallo’s “Sewers and Belfries” (c. 1929-1932)Jul 31, 2018 Listen
Collecting for the Nation: The 75th Anniversary of the Lessing J. Rosenwald GiftJul 24, 2018 Listen
Water, Wind, and Waves: Marine Paintings from the Dutch Golden AgeJul 24, 2018 Listen
Film in the Sculptural FieldJul 17, 2018 Listen
The Description of the Sacred Mountain of La VernaJul 10, 2018 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—Sharing Images: Renaissance Prints into Maiolica and BronzeJul 03, 2018 Listen
Abstraction in Reverse: A Conversation with Alexander Alberro and James MeyerJun 19, 2018 Listen
The Evidence of Things Seen and UnseenJun 19, 2018 Listen
Cézanne's Portraits: Doubt, Certainty, and Painting in SeriesJun 19, 2018 Listen
FAPE 2018: Why Is Art Necessary?Jun 05, 2018 Listen
The East Building at Forty: Reflections from Curators Past and PresentJun 05, 2018 Listen
Crossing PathsJun 05, 2018 Listen
Differing, Drawn: A Conversation with Lynne Cooke and Darby EnglishJun 05, 2018 Listen
History, Photography, and Race in the South: From the Civil War to Now, Part 5May 29, 2018 Listen
History, Photography, and Race in the South: From the Civil War to Now Part 4May 29, 2018 Listen
History, Photography, and Race in the South: From the Civil War to Now Part 3May 29, 2018 Listen
History, Photography, and Race in the South: From the Civil War to Now Part 2May 29, 2018 Listen
History, Photography, and Race in the South: From the Civil War to Now Part 1May 29, 2018 Listen
Claude Monet’s “The Artist’s Garden at Vétheuil”—Two Masterworks Reunited, Part III: In ContextMay 22, 2018 Listen
Claude Monet’s “The Artist’s Garden at Vétheuil”—2 Masterworks Reunited, Part II: Conservator’s TakeMay 22, 2018 Listen
Claude Monet’s “The Artist's Garden at Vétheuil”—Two Masterworks Reunited, Part I: Curators’ TakeMay 22, 2018 Listen
The Sixty-Seventh A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Part 6: Claes Oldenburg and His Ray GunsMay 01, 2018 Listen
The Sixty-Seventh A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Part 5: Eduardo Paolozzi and His Hollow GodsMay 01, 2018 Listen
The Sixty-Seventh A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Part 4: Asger Jorn and His CreaturesMay 01, 2018 Listen
The Sixty-Seventh A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Part 3: Georges Bataille and His CavesMay 01, 2018 Listen
The Sixty-Seventh A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Part 2: Jean Dubuffet and His BrutesMay 01, 2018 Listen
The Sixty-Seventh A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Part 1: Walter Benjamin and His BarbariansMay 01, 2018 Listen
Draping Michelangelo: Francesco Mochi, Gianlorenzo Bernini, and the Birth of Baroque SculptureMay 01, 2018 Listen
Mathematics and the Art of M. C. EscherMay 01, 2018 Listen
The Art of the Harpsichord: Music and PaintingMay 01, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 12: Bodies of WorkApr 17, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 11: Answering the Body’s QuestionApr 17, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 10: Dorothea Lange’s PhotographsApr 17, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 9: Reshaping the ConversationApr 17, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 8: Invitation: Audience EngagementApr 17, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 7: “You put your self in his place”: BellowsApr 17, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 6: Modernism, Race, and Bellows at the NGAApr 17, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 5: W. W. Corcoran, Lord Ward, and “Greek Slave”Apr 17, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 4: Frederick Douglass, “The Greek Slave”Apr 17, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 3: Politics and Pageantry: “The Greek Slave"Apr 17, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 2 Inspiring Visits with Archibald Motley Jr.Apr 17, 2018 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2018, Part 1: Women in WhiteApr 17, 2018 Listen
In the Tower: Anne Truitt, Symposium Part IV—Enough Space, Enough Color: Anne TruittApr 10, 2018 Listen
In the Tower: Anne Truitt, Symposium Part III—Anne Truitt, Working—A RemembranceApr 10, 2018 Listen
In the Tower: Anne Truitt, Symposium Part II—Anne Truitt's Material ImaginationApr 10, 2018 Listen
In the Tower: Anne Truitt, Symposium Part I—Landmarks: Anne Truitt and HistoryApr 10, 2018 Listen
Parrots and People in Dutch Genre Paintings: A Discussion w/ Dr. Irene PepperbergApr 03, 2018 Listen
Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Zoe LeonardApr 03, 2018 Listen
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Palette: Rebecca Strand and Georgia O’Keeffe in New MexicoApr 03, 2018 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—Cézanne PortraitsMar 27, 2018 Listen
Carrie Mae Weems: Kitchen Table SeriesMar 27, 2018 Listen
Seventy-Fifth Birthday Tribute to Curtis Mayfield Mar 20, 2018 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition-Michel Sittow: Estonian Painter at the Courts of Renaissance Europe Mar 13, 2018 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition-Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings Mar 06, 2018 Listen
Suffering, Struggle, Survival: The Activism, Artistry, and Authorship of Frederick DouglassFeb 27, 2018 Listen
Innovation, Competition, and Fine Painting Technique: Marketing High-Life Style in the Dutch 17th CFeb 06, 2018 Listen
New Technical Research on the Tomb of Mary of BurgundyFeb 20, 2018 Listen
Pictures in PaintingsFeb 06, 2018 Listen
Dutch burghers and their wine: Nary a sour grapeFeb 06, 2018 Listen
Striking the Right Chord: Seeing Music in Dutch Genre PaintingFeb 06, 2018 Listen
Virtuous Rivalry in the Age of VermeerFeb 06, 2018 Listen
Photorealist Painting: A Modern History of SurfacesFeb 13, 2018 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition-Outliers and American Vanguard ArtFeb 06, 2018 Listen
Saul Steinberg: Outsider ExtraordinaireJan 30, 2018 Listen
Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: New Insights and DiscoveriesJan 23, 2018 Listen
Picnic Ware Fit for a FeastJan 16, 2018 Listen
The Art of Working with Visitors with Memory Loss: A New Gallery ProgramJan 16, 2018 Listen
Frederick Douglass and the Visual Arts in Washington, DCJan 16, 2018 Listen
A Century Gone By: American Art and the First World WarJan 09, 2018 Listen
Time and Temporality in Seventeenth-Century Genre PaintingJan 09, 2018 Listen
More than Mimicry: The Parrot in Dutch Genre PaintingJan 09, 2018 Listen
Fashion à la Figaro: Spanish Style on the French StageJan 09, 2018 Listen
Anne Truitt in Washington: A Conversation with James Meyer and Alexandra TruittJan 09, 2018 Listen
Projections of Memory: Romanticism, Modernism, and the Aesthetics of FilmDec 26, 2017 Listen
Edgar Degas (1834–1917): A Centenary Tribute, Part 8—Degas’s Sculpture: An Inside LookDec 26, 2017 Listen
Edgar Degas (1834–1917): A Centenary Tribute, Part 7—Authorship and EvidenceDec 19, 2017 Listen
Charles Le Brun—Louis XIV’s Most Powerful ArtistDec 19, 2017 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: Sugar and Spice and All Things Nice?Dec 05, 2017 Listen
The Edmond J. Safra Visiting Professors at the National Gallery of Art: Jacqueline LichtensteinNov 28, 2017 Listen
The Edmond J. Safra Visiting Professors at the National Gallery of Art: Anna Ottani CavinaNov 28, 2017 Listen
The Edmond J. Safra Visiting Professors at the National Gallery of Art: Carl Brandon StrehlkeNov 28, 2017 Listen
The Edmond J. Safra Visiting Professors at the National Gallery of Art: Kathleen A. FosterNov 28, 2017 Listen
Calder: The Conquest of Time: A Conversation with Jed Perl and Alexander S. C. RowerDec 05, 2017 Listen
Collector of Lives: Giorgio Vasari and the Invention of ArtDec 05, 2017 Listen
Bunny Mellon: The Pursuit of PerfectionNov 28, 2017 Listen
Edgar Degas (1834–1917): A Centenary Tribute, Part 6—Issues of Finish and ProcessNov 21, 2017 Listen
Michelangelo PistolettoNov 28, 2017 Listen
Edgar Degas (1834–1917): A Centenary Tribute, Part 5—Pastels in the Burrell Collection, GlasgowNov 21, 2017 Listen
Amy SheraldNov 21, 2017 Listen
Leonardo da VinciNov 14, 2017 Listen
Wyeth Lecture in American Art: The Panorama and the Globe: Expanding the American Landscape in World War IINov 14, 2017 Listen
Edgar Degas (1834–1917): A Centenary Tribute, Part 4—Drawing on Plate and Stone: Degas and PrintmakingNov 14, 2017 Listen
Edgar Degas (1834–1917): A Centenary Tribute, Part 3—An Interview with DegasMay 30, 2017 Listen
The Vermeer Phenomenon, Part IINov 07, 2017 Listen
The Vermeer Phenomenon, Part INov 07, 2017 Listen
Edgar Degas (1834–1917): A Centenary Tribute, Part 2—Exploring Degas’s Process in "Ballet Scene"Oct 31, 2017 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and RivalryOct 31, 2017 Listen
Edgar Degas (1834–1917): A Centenary Tribute, Part 1—Edgar Degas: Man of ScienceOct 31, 2017 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—Fragonard: The Fantasy FiguresOct 24, 2017 Listen
"Fray: Art and Textile Politics": A Conversation with Julia Bryan-Wilson and Lynne CookeOct 10, 2017 Listen
Steps toward Reality: Matthias Mansen in Conversation with John TysonOct 03, 2017 Listen
Edvard Munch: Spiritualism, Science, and ColorSep 12, 2017 Listen
Wyeth Foundation for American Art Symposium: Artists Panel: The African American Art World in Twentieth-Century Washington, DCJul 04, 2017 Listen
Restoration/REVELATION: The Exterior Wings of the Ghent AltarpieceMay 30, 2017 Listen
When No One Liked Jacques Louis DavidMay 30, 2017 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—America Collects Eighteenth-Century French PaintingMay 30, 2017 Listen
John Moran and Art Photography in America: 1855–1875May 30, 2017 Listen
The Sixty-Sixth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Forest: America in the 1830s, Part 6: The Forest of Thought: On the Roof with Robert Montgomery BirdMay 30, 2017 Listen
The Sixty-Sixth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Forest: America in the 1830s, Part 5: Emerson, Raphael, and Light Filtering through TreesMay 30, 2017 Listen
The Sixty-Sixth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Forest: America in the 1830s, Part 4: Animals Are Where They AreMay 23, 2017 Listen
The Sixty-Sixth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Forest: America in the 1830s, Part 3: The Aesthetics of SuperstitionMay 23, 2017 Listen
The Sixty-Sixth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Forest: America in the 1830s, Part 2: The Tavern to the Traveler: On the Appearance of John Quidor’s ArtMay 23, 2017 Listen
The Sixty-Sixth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Forest: America in the 1830s, Part 1: Herodotus among the TreesMay 23, 2017 Listen
“A first-rate collection”: Rodin at the National Gallery of ArtMay 16, 2017 Listen
Flights of Angels: The Heavenly Orders in the RenaissanceMay 09, 2017 Listen
A Centennial Celebration I. M. Pei at the National Gallery of ArtMay 02, 2017 Listen
Answering the Search for the Next Ansel AdamsApr 25, 2017 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition: Frédéric Bazille and the Birth of ImpressionismApr 18, 2017 Listen
Artwork as Network: Printed Multiples and the Cybernetic TurnApr 18, 2017 Listen
Drawing the Line: The Early Work of Agnes MartinApr 04, 2017 Listen
The Landmarks of New York Mar 21, 2017 Listen
East of the Mississippi: Nineteenth-Century American Landscape PhotographyMar 14, 2017 Listen
Jean Desmet’s Dream Factory, 1906 – 1916: When the Earth TrembledMar 14, 2017 Listen
Jean Desmet’s Dream Factory, 1906 – 1916: The Colorful World of CinemaMar 07, 2017 Listen
Jean Desmet’s Dream Factory, 1906 – 1916: Ladies FirstFeb 28, 2017 Listen
Calder Tower Feb 28, 2017 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Theaster GatesFeb 28, 2017 Listen
Jean Desmet’s Dream Factory, 1906 – 1916: Up in the Air!Feb 21, 2017 Listen
Sculpting with Color in Renaissance Florence: An Introduction to the Della Robbia ExhibitionFeb 14, 2017 Listen
Paper/Plates: Renaissance Prints and Ceramics at the National Gallery of ArtFeb 14, 2017 Listen
Douglas Crimp and Lynne Cooke on "Before Pictures" Jan 17, 2017 Listen
Jason + Joan: Reanimation: Jason Moran and Joan Jonas in Conversation with Lynne CookeFeb 14, 2017 Listen
“Slipping into the World as Abstractions”: Georgia O’Keeffe’s Abstract PortraitsJan 24, 2017 Listen
Tradition and Invention in the Art of Renaissance VeniceJan 10, 2017 Listen
Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery, 1959 – 1971, VI: Some Art Is Hard to See: Field Trips with Virginia DwanJan 03, 2017 Listen
Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery, 1959 – 1971, V: Liberating Artist and Exhibition: Dwan Gallery and the Reconceptualization of SiteDec 27, 2016 Listen
Rajiv Vaidya Memorial Lecture 2016: The Innovations of the Moving ImageDec 27, 2016 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: The Aesthetics of Water: Wellheads, Cisterns, and Fountains in the Venetian DominionDec 20, 2016 Listen
Flow: Theory and PracticeDec 20, 2016 Listen
Drawings for Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt: The Creative ProcessDec 20, 2016 Listen
The Art of Rivalry Dec 13, 2016 Listen
Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery, 1959 – 1971, IV: Rethinking MinimalismDec 13, 2016 Listen
Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery, 1959 – 1971, III: Tableaux in Three Dimensions: Kienholz’s Social Theater at Ferus and DwanDec 06, 2016 Listen
Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery, 1959 – 1971, II: Learning from LANov 29, 2016 Listen
Stuart Davis: In Full Swing—An Introduction to the ExhibitionNov 29, 2016 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art, VI: Rockwell Kent and the End of the WorldNov 29, 2016 Listen
Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery, 1959 – 1971, I: West Coast, East CoastNov 22, 2016 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art, V: Marsden Hartley’s MaineNov 22, 2016 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art, IV: Arthur Dove: Circles, Signs, and SoundsNov 15, 2016 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art, III: Seeing in Detail: Frederic Church and the Language of LandscapeNov 08, 2016 Listen
A Revolution in Color: The World of John Singleton CopleyNov 08, 2016 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art, II: Which is Which? The Serious Fun of Trompe l'OeilNov 01, 2016 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition In the Tower: Barbara KrugerNov 01, 2016 Listen
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art, I: Still Life and AmericaOct 25, 2016 Listen
The Reception of Paolo Veronese in Britain (c. 1600–1900) Oct 18, 2016 Listen
Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Thomas StruthOct 18, 2016 Listen
Discoveries from the Dwan Gallery and Virginia Dwan ArchivesOct 11, 2016 Listen
Conversation with Collectors: Virginia Dwan and James MeyerOct 04, 2016 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art XII: Pamela J. Joyner in Conversation with Leonardo Drew and Jennie C. JonesOct 04, 2016 Listen
Carlos GaraicoaSep 20, 2016 Listen
The Light of the WorldSep 13, 2016 Listen
Arnold Newman Lecture Series on Photography: Lorna SimpsonSep 13, 2016 Listen
Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Jenny Holzer: Public Art Aug 23, 2016 Listen
A Closer Look at Artists’ Practices and TechniquesAug 16, 2016 Listen
Travels in Regency England: Prince Pückler’s Letters of a Dead Man Aug 09, 2016 Listen
Celebrating a Milestone: 75 Years of the National Gallery of Art and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, VI: Presenting the Kress Collection: Restoration and FramingAug 02, 2016 Listen
Peter Hutton: Landscape and TimeJul 19, 2016 Listen
Introducing Hubert RobertJul 19, 2016 Listen
Celebrating a Milestone: 75 Years of the National Gallery of Art and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, V: History Revealed: The Kress Collection of Historic ImagesJul 19, 2016 Listen
Celebrating a Milestone: 75 Years of the National Gallery of Art and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, IV: Princes, Dukes, and Counts: Provenance and Pedigrees in the Kress CollectionJul 12, 2016 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Helen FrankenthalerJul 05, 2016 Listen
Celebrating a Milestone: 75 Years of the National Gallery of Art and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, III: The Leveraged Gift: The Making of the David and Alfred Smart Museum at the University of ChicagoJul 05, 2016 Listen
Celebrating a Milestone: 75 Years of the National Gallery of Art and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, II: The Kress Collection at the Seattle Art MuseumJul 05, 2016 Listen
Celebrating a Milestone: 75 Years of the National Gallery of Art and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, I: A Platinum Jubilee: The Gallery and The Kress @ 75Jun 28, 2016 Listen
Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World Symposium VII: Hellenistic Invention: Theory and PracticeJun 28, 2016 Listen
Unflattening: Revolutionizing Thought in ComicsJun 21, 2016 Listen
Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World Symposium, VI: Uses and Abuses of the Luxury Arts: Tryphe in the Hellenistic WorldJun 21, 2016 Listen
Bronze, Bells, Bust: The National Gallery of Art’s Charles VJun 14, 2016 Listen
Black Diaspora Art in Our Global Contemporary Moment: Some ReflectionsJun 07, 2016 Listen
Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World Symposium, VIII: Writing, Reading, and Thinking in AlexandriaJun 28, 2016 Listen
Elsa Mora: TimelineJun 07, 2016 Listen
Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World Symposium V: Material Matters: Why Bronze?Jun 07, 2016 Listen
German Spaces, Haacke’s Places: Hans Haacke’s Germania at the 1993 Venice Biennale May 31, 2016 Listen
The National Gallery of Art at 75: Andrew W. Mellon, David Finley, Paul MellonMay 24, 2016 Listen
"Molotov Man" in ContextMay 17, 2016 Listen
Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Leo VillarealMay 17, 2016 Listen
The Sixty-Fifth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Thief Who Stole My Heart: The Material Life of Chola Bronzes from South India, c. 855–1280, Part 6: Worship in Uncertain Times: The Secret Burial of Bronzes in 1310May 10, 2016 Listen
The Sixty-Fifth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Thief Who Stole My Heart: The Material Life of Chola Bronzes from South India, c. 855–1280, Part 5: Chola Obsession with Sri Lanka and the Silk Route of the Sea in the Eleventh and Twelfth CenturiesMay 03, 2016 Listen
FAPE 2016: Frank Gehry and Paul Goldberger in ConversationApr 26, 2016 Listen
The Sixty-Fifth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Thief Who Stole My Heart: The Material Life of Chola Bronzes from South India, c. 855–1280, Part 4: An Eleventh-Century Master Sculptor: Ten Thousand Pearls Adorn a BronzeApr 26, 2016 Listen
Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World Symposium III: Identity, Continuity, and Change in the Hellenistic CityscapeApr 19, 2016 Listen
The Sixty-Fifth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Thief Who Stole My Heart: The Material Life of Chola Bronzes from South India, c. 855–1280, Part 3: Portrait of a Queen: Patronage of Dancing Shiva, c. 941‒1002Apr 19, 2016 Listen
From Olympus to the Streets of Constantinople: The Byzantine Retirement of the Ancient GodsApr 12, 2016 Listen
Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World Symposium, II: Muscle into Bronze: Athletics, Athletes, and Athletic Victor Statues in the Hellenistic AegeanApr 12, 2016 Listen
The Sixty-Fifth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Thief Who Stole My Heart: The Material Life of Chola Bronzes from South India, c. 855–1280, Part 2: Shiva as "Victor of Three Forts": Battling for Empire, 855‒955Apr 12, 2016 Listen
Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World Symposium, I: "Living Statues": Ancient and Modern Viewers of Hellenistic SculptureApr 05, 2016 Listen
Women in Hellenistic and Roman Athens: Visualizing Female Power and WealthApr 05, 2016 Listen
The Sixty-Fifth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: The Thief Who Stole My Heart: The Material Life of Chola Bronzes from South India, c. 855–1280, Part 1: Gods on Parade: Sacred Forms of CopperApr 05, 2016 Listen
Zeus, Isis, and Dionysos in Dion at the Foot of Mount OlympusMar 29, 2016 Listen
Alexandre Arrechea: Space DefeatedMar 29, 2016 Listen
New Discoveries from the Robert H. Smith CollectionMar 22, 2016 Listen
Elson Lecture 2016: Cecily BrownMar 22, 2016 Listen
Procession: The Art of Norman LewisFeb 16, 2016 Listen
What Makes a Statue?Feb 09, 2016 Listen
Unabridged and Incomplete: Series and Sequences in Contemporary Art Feb 02, 2016 Listen
Bronzes from the Aegean: The Lost Cargos and the Circumstances of Their RecoveryJan 26, 2016 Listen
The Artist as Weatherman: Hans Haacke's Critical MeteorologyDec 29, 2015 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition — Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic WorldDec 22, 2015 Listen
Thomas Hart Benton: Painting the SongDec 01, 2015 Listen
Rajiv Vaidya Memorial Lecture: New York's Cinema 16 Film Society: Programming for a Divided WorldNov 24, 2015 Listen
Rajiv Vaidya Memorial Lecture: Germany in the 1920s: Expanding the Film Avant-Garde beyond the Political DivideNov 17, 2015 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: Canova and Color Nov 10, 2015 Listen
Rajiv Vaidya Memorial Lecture: Time Frames: Andy Warhol's Film and VideoNov 10, 2015 Listen
Artists and Mentorship: David C. Driskell in Conversation with Ellington Robinson Nov 03, 2015 Listen
Abstraction and Its CapacitiesOct 27, 2015 Listen
American Experiments in Narrative, 2000–2015: Don PerryOct 13, 2015 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition — The Serial Impulse at Gemini G.E.L.Oct 13, 2015 Listen
Behind the Scenes of "The Serial Impulse": Conserving Works of Art on Paper Oct 06, 2015 Listen
Talking Shop with Sidney Felsen: Fifty Years of Artists at Gemini G.E.LOct 06, 2015 Listen
Caillebotte/Durand-Ruel: Making ImpressionismSep 29, 2015 Listen
Gods and Goddesses Behaving Badly: The Art of Joachim WtewaelSep 29, 2015 Listen
Archive of LamentationsSep 22, 2015 Listen
Jennifer Reeves | ngaSep 22, 2015 Listen
Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Carrie Mae WeemsSep 15, 2015 Listen
Art Is For the Spirit: Recent Prints and Sculpture at Gemini G.E.L.Sep 01, 2015 Listen
Cézanne and AntiquitySep 01, 2015 Listen
Entrevista sobre Venecia 1548: Tiziano contemplando “El milagro del esclavo” de TintoretoAug 11, 2015 Listen
Electric Schlock: Duchenne de Boulogne’s Photographic Theater Aug 04, 2015 Listen
New Discoveries about "Young Girl Reading" by Jean-Honoré FragonardJul 28, 2015 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—Gustave Caillebotte: The Painter's EyeJul 07, 2015 Listen
A Closer Look at Metalpoint DrawingJun 30, 2015 Listen
Reading from "Hold Still: A Memoir with Photographs" by Sally MannJun 30, 2015 Listen
New Discoveries about "A Pastoral Visit" by Richard Norris Brooke (National Gallery of Art, Corcoran Collection) Jun 23, 2015 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Mark RuwedelJun 23, 2015 Listen
Making Redlands: A Novel in Words and PicturesJun 16, 2015 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Vera LutterMay 26, 2015 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—Drawing in Silver and Gold: Leonardo to Jasper JohnsMay 19, 2015 Listen
Building a Collection: Photography at the National Gallery of ArtMay 12, 2015 Listen
FAPE 2015: The Role of Art in Diplomacy: Cultural CitizensApr 28, 2015 Listen
The Sixty-Fourth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Restoration as Event and Idea: Art in Europe, 1814‒1820, Part 6: Redemption in Rome and Paris, 1818–1820: Ingres Revives the Chivalric while Géricault Recovers the DispossessedApr 28, 2015 Listen
Two Approaches to Making a New Music out of the Traditions of JazzApr 21, 2015 Listen
Rodolfo PerazaApr 21, 2015 Listen
The Sixty-Fourth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Restoration as Event and Idea, Part 5:Apr 21, 2015 Listen
Personal Vision and the Education of Young Composers in AmericaApr 14, 2015 Listen
In My MindApr 14, 2015 Listen
The Sixty-Fourth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Restoration as Event and Idea: Art in Europe, 1814‒1820, Part 4: The Religion of Ancient Art from London to Paris to Rome, 1815–1819: Canova and Lawrence Replenish Papal SplendorApr 14, 2015 Listen
Elson Lecture 2015: Jessica StockholderApr 07, 2015 Listen
Intermedia CollaborationApr 07, 2015 Listen
Kadir LópezMar 31, 2015 Listen
Piero di Cosimo: A Renaissance Painter Comes to AmericaMar 31, 2015 Listen
The Sixty-Fourth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Restoration as Event and Idea: Art in Europe, 1814‒1820, Part 3: Cut Loose, 1815–1817: Napoleon Returns, David Crosses Borders, and Géricault Wanders Outcast RomeMar 31, 2015 Listen
Auguste Rodin's Lifetime Bronze Sculpture in the Simpson Collection and the Role of Several Trusted Practitioners Dec 09, 2014 Listen
What's New with Piero di Cosimo? Dec 09, 2014 Listen
The Sixty-Fourth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Restoration as Event and Idea: Art in Europe, 1814‒1820, Part 2: At the Service of Kings, Madrid and Paris, 1814: Aging Goya and Upstart Géricault Face Their RestorationsDec 09, 2014 Listen
Resisting Love, Embracing War in Representations of Torquato Tasso's Gerusalemme LiberataMar 17, 2015 Listen
The Sixty-Fourth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Restoration as Event and Idea: Art in Europe, 1814‒1820: Moscow Burns / The Pope Comes Home, 1812‒1814: David, Gros, and Ingres Test Empire's Facade, Part 1Mar 17, 2015 Listen
Other Planes of ThereMar 17, 2015 Listen
Another Light: Thomas Demand's "Pacific Sun"Mar 03, 2015 Listen
Why Prints?Feb 24, 2015 Listen
Renaissance Invention and the Haunted Infancy Feb 24, 2015 Listen
Los CarpinterosFeb 17, 2015 Listen
Inside Look: Little Dancer Aged FourteenFeb 10, 2015 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition: Piero di Cosimo: The Poetry of Painting in Renaissance FlorenceFeb 10, 2015 Listen
The Radicalism of the "Little Dancer Aged Fourteen"Feb 03, 2015 Listen
The Ages of El Greco: From Crete to ToledoFeb 03, 2015 Listen
Van Gogh at the National Gallery of ArtJan 20, 2015 Listen
Captain Linnaeus Tripe: Photographer of India and Burma, 1852–1860, Part 3: Measuring Time: Linnaeus Tripe's Inscription of the Thanjavur Temple, 1858Jan 13, 2015 Listen
Captain Linnaeus Tripe: Photographer of India and Burma, 1852–1860, Part 2: Interpreting Early Photography in India: Medium and MethodJan 06, 2015 Listen
Captain Linnaeus Tripe: Photographer of India and Burma, 1852–1860, Part 1: "A Glorious Galaxy of Monuments": Photography and the Archaeological Survey of India after TripeDec 30, 2014 Listen
Patrimony in Peril: Germany's Survey of Mural Paintings Threatened During WWIIDec 16, 2014 Listen
Degas and Cassatt: Different Perspectives, Part 4: Boxes of Colors: Cassatt and Degas as PastellistsDec 09, 2014 Listen
Degas and Cassatt: Different Perspectives, Part 3: Degas: Women, Horses, and NatureDec 02, 2014 Listen
Image of the Black in Western Art, Part IVNov 25, 2014 Listen
Degas and Cassatt: Different Perspectives, Part 2: Degas and Cassatt: Sex and the Single ArtistNov 25, 2014 Listen
Degas and Cassatt: Different Perspectives, Part 1: Degas, Cassatt, and the AmericansNov 18, 2014 Listen
El Greco in America: Critics, Collectors, and ConnoisseursNov 11, 2014 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: Venice 1548Nov 11, 2014 Listen
Visibility Machines: A Conversation with Harun Farocki and Trevor PaglenNov 04, 2014 Listen
Andrew Wyeth: RebelNov 04, 2014 Listen
Rendez-vous with Art: A ConversationOct 28, 2014 Listen
Saving the Baldwin FilmOct 21, 2014 Listen
Artists, Amateurs, Alternative Spaces: Experimental Cinema in Eastern Europe, 1960–1990Oct 21, 2014 Listen
Sandra RamosOct 14, 2014 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition: Captain Linnaeus Tripe: Photographer of India and Burma, 1852-1860Oct 07, 2014 Listen
A Celebration of James Baldwin with Carolyn Forché and E. Ethelbert MillerOct 07, 2014 Listen
Among Friends: Allen Ginsberg, Robert Delpire, Jonas Mekas, and Ed Grazda on Robert Frank, Part 4Sep 23, 2014 Listen
Ursula von RydingsvardSep 23, 2014 Listen
Among Friends: Allen Ginsberg, Robert Delpire, Jonas Mekas, and Ed Grazda on Robert Frank, Part 3Sep 16, 2014 Listen
Among Friends: Allen Ginsberg, Robert Delpire, Jonas Mekas, and Ed Grazda on Robert Frank, Part 2Sep 09, 2014 Listen
Among Friends: Allen Ginsberg, Robert Delpire, Jonas Mekas, and Ed Grazda on Robert Frank, Part 1Sep 02, 2014 Listen
Harry Callahan: Photographer, Teacher, MentorAug 26, 2014 Listen
The Domenichino Affair: Novelty, Imitation, and Theft in Seventeenth-Century RomeAug 19, 2014 Listen
A Sense of Place-Winslow Homer and the Maine CoastAug 12, 2014 Listen
The Accidental Masterpiece: On the Art of Life and Vice VersaAug 05, 2014 Listen
The Artist's Reality: Philosophies of ArtJul 29, 2014 Listen
The Art of Frank Lloyd WrightJul 22, 2014 Listen
Speaking Pictures: Poetry Addressing Works of ArtJul 15, 2014 Listen
Andrew Wyeth at the Movies: The Story of an ObsessionJul 08, 2014 Listen
The Girl with a Pearl Earring: The Making of an IconJul 01, 2014 Listen
Van Gogh: The Face in the Mirror Jun 24, 2014 Listen
Out of the Kokoon: Modernism in Cleveland before the Armory Show Jun 24, 2014 Listen
Andrew Wyeth: A Spoken Self-PortraitJun 17, 2014 Listen
Patrons, Artists, and Saints: El Greco in the Chapel of San José in ToledoJun 10, 2014 Listen
El Greco: 400 Years After: The Apostolate of the Museo del Greco in Toledo: One of El Greco's Greatest Series, Part 5 Jun 10, 2014 Listen
Mary Cassatt's Radical MonstrositiesJun 03, 2014 Listen
Producing Digital Knowledge about Analog Art: The Case of Frederick SommerJun 03, 2014 Listen
El Greco: 400 Years After: Sainthood and Creativity: El Greco's Portraits of Saint Ildefonso and Giulio Clovio, Part 4May 27, 2014 Listen
Dutch Paintings in a New Age: The Debut of NGA Online EditionsMay 27, 2014 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition: Degas/CassattMay 20, 2014 Listen
El Greco: 400 Years After: A Greek Painter in Toledo, 400 Years After, Part 3May 20, 2014 Listen
The Sixty-Third A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Past Belief: Visions of Early Christianity in Renaissance and Reformation Europe, Part 6: Constantine and Conversion: The Roles of the First Christian EmperorMay 13, 2014 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition: Andrew Wyeth: Looking Out, Looking InMay 13, 2014 Listen
FAPE 2014: The Role of Art in Diplomacy: The Artist in a Global CommunityMay 13, 2014 Listen
The Sixty-Third A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Past Belief: Visions of Early Christianity in Renaissance and Reformation Europe, Part 5: Martyrdom and Persecution: The Uses of Early Christian SufferingMay 06, 2014 Listen
Ways of Seeing Byzantium: Beautiful Bodies: Personal Adornment and Byzantine Aesthetics, Then and Now, Part 4May 06, 2014 Listen
El Greco: 400 Years After: El Greco in Italy: Formation of an Ambitious Portraitist, Part 2May 06, 2014 Listen
The Sixty-Third A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Past Belief: Visions of Early Christianity in Renaissance and Reformation Europe, Part 4: Relics and Ruins: Material Survivals and Early Modern InterpretationsApr 29, 2014 Listen
El Greco: 400 Years After: Introduction: The Critical Fortune of El Greco: Causes and Effects, Part 1Apr 29, 2014 Listen
Ways of Seeing Byzantium: Heaven in Earth: Exhibiting the Metaphysics of Matter, Part 3Apr 29, 2014 Listen
Ways of Seeing Byzantium: The Byzantine Icon in the Expanded Field, Part 2Apr 22, 2014 Listen
Old Topographics: Photography and Urbanization in Nineteenth-Century Paris : Ruptures in the Urban Fabric (Boots on the Ground): Paris/Beijing, Part 7Apr 22, 2014 Listen
The Sixty-Third A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Past Belief: Visions of Early Christianity in Renaissance and Reformation Europe, Part 3: Christian Origins and the Work of Time: Imagining the First ChristiansApr 15, 2014 Listen
Ways of Seeing Byzantium: An Introduction, Part 1Apr 15, 2014 Listen
Old Topographics: Photography and Urbanization in Nineteenth-Century Paris : Paris Plays Itself: The Modernizing City Seen through the Lens (in Rewind), 1926 – 1865, Part 6Apr 15, 2014 Listen
"Fair Greece, Sad Relic": How Did Byzantium Reform Classical Greek Art?Apr 08, 2014 Listen
Old Topographics: Photography and Urbanization in Nineteenth-Century Paris : The Quarry in the City: Charles Marville¹s Landscapes of the Carrières d¹Amérique, Part 5Apr 08, 2014 Listen
The Sixty-Third A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Past Belief: Visions of Early Christianity in Renaissance and Reformation Europe, Part 2: Bearers of Memory and Makers of History: The Many Paths to Christian AntiquityApr 08, 2014 Listen
The Sixty-Third A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Past Belief: Visions of Early Christianity in Renaissance and Reformation Europe, Part 1: How Jesus Celebrated Passover: The Jewish Origins of ChristianityApr 01, 2014 Listen
Elson Lecture 2014: Allan McCollumApr 01, 2014 Listen
Old Topographics: Photography and Urbanization in Nineteenth-Century Paris : Marville's Street Lamps, Part 4Apr 01, 2014 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art XI: The Wedge CollectionMar 25, 2014 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition: Garry WinograndMar 25, 2014 Listen
Old Topographics: Photography and Urbanization in Nineteenth-Century Paris: Mapping, Picturing and Constructing the 19th-Century Parisian Grid, Part 3Mar 18, 2014 Listen
The Inside Story: Monuments Men and the National Gallery of ArtMar 18, 2014 Listen
Capital Culture: J. Carter Brown, the National Gallery of ArtMar 18, 2014 Listen
Old Topographics: Photography and Urbanization in Nineteenth-Century Paris : Urban Graphics: Mapping, Picturing and Constructing the Nineteenth-Century Parisian Grid, Part 2 Mar 11, 2014 Listen
Looking Forward, Looking BackMar 04, 2014 Listen
Image of the Black in Western Art, Part IIIMar 04, 2014 Listen
Old Topographics: Photography and Urbanization in Nineteenth-Century Paris : Transit and Transition in Marville's Paris, Part 1Feb 25, 2014 Listen
A Bearden CelebrationFeb 25, 2014 Listen
Climbing and Clarifying: The Genius of Jacob LawrenceFeb 25, 2014 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art X: Rodney Merritt Miller: Reflections on CollectingFeb 11, 2014 Listen
Witnessing Byzantium: The Greek PerspectiveFeb 04, 2014 Listen
Speaking across Disciplines: Introducing "Facture," a New Gallery JournalJan 28, 2014 Listen
Conservation of the Shaw Memorial: The Long JourneyJan 28, 2014 Listen
Visualizing Community: City and Village in Byzantine Greece: Art and Craftsmanship in Medieval Byzantium, Part 4Jan 21, 2014 Listen
Visualizing Community: City and Village in Byzantine Greece: Earthenwares from "Heavenly" Byzantium, Part 3Jan 21, 2014 Listen
Visualizing Community: City and Village in Byzantine Greece: New Discoveries from Byzantium Greece, Part 2Jan 14, 2014 Listen
Visualizing Community: City and Village in Byzantine Greece: Visualizing Community in Byzantium Greece, Part 1Jan 14, 2014 Listen
An Insider's PerspectiveDec 31, 2013 Listen
Viewing History Through the Filmmaker's LensJan 01, 2013 Listen
The Education of a Curator: Keeping It All in BalanceDec 24, 2013 Listen
Russians in Napoléon vu par Abel Gance: The Émigré ContributionDec 17, 2013 Listen
Andy GoldsworthyDec 17, 2013 Listen
The Real Treasure of Citizen Kane: William Randolph Hearst and the Story of His Extraordinary CollectionsDec 10, 2013 Listen
DJ Spooky: A Civil War Symphony Dec 03, 2013 Listen
Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Julie MehretuNov 26, 2013 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: Circa 1515: Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo Nov 19, 2013 Listen
Making It: Race and Class in Contemporary AmericaNov 19, 2013 Listen
Charles Marville, Photographer of Paris in the Age of HaussmannNov 05, 2013 Listen
The Sixty-Second A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Out of Site in Plain View: A History of Exhibiting Architecture since 1750: Framed and Hung: Architecture in Public from the Salon to the French Revolution, Part 1Nov 05, 2013 Listen
The Sixty-Second A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Out of Site in Plain View: A History of Exhibiting Architecture since 1750: In and Out of Time: Curating Architecture's History, Part 2Nov 05, 2013 Listen
The Sixty-Second A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Out of Site in Plain View: A History of Exhibiting Architecture since 1750: Not at Home: Architecture on Display from World's Fairs to Williamsburg, Part 3Nov 05, 2013 Listen
The Sixty-Second A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Out of Site in Plain View: A History of Exhibiting Architecture since 1750: Better Futures: Exhibitions between Reform and Avant-Garde, Part 4Nov 05, 2013 Listen
The Sixty-Second A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Out of Site in Plain View: A History of Exhibiting Architecture since 1750: Conflicting Visions: Commerce, Diplomacy, and Persuasion, Part 5Nov 05, 2013 Listen
The Sixty-Second A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Out of Site in Plain View: A History of Exhibiting Architecture since 1750: Architecture and the Rise of the Event Economy, Part 6Nov 05, 2013 Listen
War Memoranda: A Conversation with Binh Danh and Robert SchultzOct 29, 2013 Listen
Tell It with Pride: The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Shaw MemorialOct 01, 2013 Listen
Yes, No, Maybe: The Art of Making DecisionsSep 24, 2013 Listen
The Rite of Spring: Race, Dance, and Modernism in 1913Sep 17, 2013 Listen
Elson Lecture 2006: A Talk with Vija CelminsSep 17, 2013 Listen
Philip Kaufman: American StylistSep 10, 2013 Listen
Jeff Wall on His WorkSep 03, 2013 Listen
Conversations with Collectors: Barney A. EbsworthAug 27, 2013 Listen
Bronislava Nijinska: A Choreographer's JourneyAug 20, 2013 Listen
The Voice of the Artist: De Wain ValentineAug 13, 2013 Listen
Ciné-Concert: A Suitcase Full of Chocolate—Sofia CosmaAug 06, 2013 Listen
The Lure of the Letter: Renaissance Venice and Antique LetteringJul 30, 2013 Listen
Conversations with Collectors: Margaret and Raymond HorowitzJul 23, 2013 Listen
The Accidental Masterpiece: Leonardo and "The Last Supper"Jul 16, 2013 Listen
Brice Marden: Beyond Visual Reality Jul 09, 2013 Listen
Diaghilev Symposium: Panel Discussion , Part 6Jul 09, 2013 Listen
Diaghilev Symposium: Poulenc's House Party, Part 5Jul 09, 2013 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Kerry James Marshall Jul 02, 2013 Listen
Diaghilev Symposium: The Ballets Russes and Russia, Part 4Jul 02, 2013 Listen
Diaghilev Symposium: Myth in Motion—Decoration, Dance, and Sources of Russian Modernism, Part 3Jun 25, 2013 Listen
When Art Danced with Music (and What it Wore)Jun 25, 2013 Listen
Diaghilev Symposium: Worlds of Art: Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes: Diaghilev and the Courts: Culture Clashes and Lawsuits during the First American Tour of the Ballets Russes, Part 2Jun 18, 2013 Listen
Diaghilev Symposium: Worlds of Art: Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes: Diaghilev, a Russian Nationalist in the West, Part 1Jun 18, 2013 Listen
Elson Lecture 2007: Persistence and StyleJun 11, 2013 Listen
Bernini's BelovedJun 04, 2013 Listen
Useful and Beautiful: William Morris and His BooksMay 28, 2013 Listen
Saving Italy: The Monuments Men, Nazis, and WarMay 21, 2013 Listen
Conversations with Collectors: Dorothy and Herbert VogelMay 14, 2013 Listen
Inside Photography: The Role of Art in Diplomacy May 07, 2013 Listen
Pre-Raphaelitism and International Modernisms Symposium: Seduction or Salvation: Aesthetic Immersion in the Work of Edward Burne-JonesMar 19, 2013 Listen
Pre-Raphaelitism and International Modernisms Symposium: The Craftsman's Dream: The Pre-Raphaelites and the Arts and Crafts MovementMar 19, 2013 Listen
Pre-Raphaelitism and International Modernisms Symposium: Tirra Lirra in a Mirror: Rhyming Visual and Verbal FormMar 19, 2013 Listen
Pre-Raphaelitism and International Modernisms Symposium: Can Sculpture Be Pre-Raphaelite?Mar 19, 2013 Listen
Engaging with American Furniture: Looking Back, Moving Forward Symposium: Lafayette River to the Potomac: The Kaufman Collection at the National Gallery of ArtApr 02, 2013 Listen
Engaging with American Furniture: Looking Back, Moving Forward Symposium: Research for the Future: Revisiting "...things you have long taken for granted" Apr 02, 2013 Listen
Pre-Raphaelitism and International Modernisms Symposium: Q and A (Day 1)Mar 19, 2013 Listen
Pre-Raphaelitism and International Modernisms Symposium: Introduction: Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-GardeMar 19, 2013 Listen
Engaging with American Furniture: Looking Back, Moving Forward Symposium: From Appreciation to Interpretation: Academic Engagement with American FurnitureApr 02, 2013 Listen
Pre-Raphaelitism and International Modernisms Symposium: Avant-Garde MattersMar 19, 2013 Listen
Engaging with American Furniture: Looking Back, Moving Forward Symposium: Dust, Grain, and Soften: The Fine Art of Decorative PaintingApr 02, 2013 Listen
Pre-Raphaelitism and International Modernisms Symposium: Ripe for Revolution? Reconsidering "The New Path" and the American Pre-RaphaelitesApr 02, 2013 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition:"Albrecht Dürer: Master Drawings, Watercolors, and Prints from the Albertina"Mar 26, 2013 Listen
Pre-Raphaelitism and International Modernisms Symposium: Pre-Raphaelite Landscape Painting and the Barbizon School, or, The English Beef with the FrenchMar 19, 2013 Listen
Elson Lecture 2013: A Conversation with Glenn LigonMar 19, 2013 Listen
Pre-Raphaelitism and International Modernisms Symposium: Welcome and Introduction: Pre-Raphaelitism and International ModernismsMar 19, 2013 Listen
Truth, Lies, and PhotographsJan 15, 2013 Listen
Conversations with Collectors: Robert and Jane MeyerhoffMar 05, 2013 Listen
Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-GardeMar 05, 2013 Listen
Colorforms: Ellsworth Kelly and the Colored Paper ImagesFeb 26, 2013 Listen
William H. JohnsonFeb 19, 2013 Listen
Oil and Water: De Kooning in His StudioFeb 19, 2013 Listen
Social Art, Social Cooperation: A Conversation with Tania Bruguera, Tom Finkelpearl, and Mierle Laderman UkelesFeb 12, 2013 Listen
Artists in Residence: Henry O. Tanner in the Holy LandFeb 12, 2013 Listen
Michelangelo's David-Apollo: An Offer He Couldn't RefuseFeb 05, 2013 Listen
Historical Perspectives: African American ArtFeb 05, 2013 Listen
Of Times and Spaces: On Looking at Thomas Struth and Candida HöferJan 29, 2013 Listen
Roy Lichtenstein's Kyoto Prize Lecture of 1995Jan 29, 2013 Listen
A Conversation with Calvin Tomkins: "Duchamp: A Biography"Jan 22, 2013 Listen
A Sculptor Looks at Rodin's WorkJan 15, 2013 Listen
Concerning America, and Alfred Stieglitz, and MyselfJan 08, 2013 Listen
Art and Espionage: Michael Straight's GiorgioneJan 08, 2013 Listen
Picasso and the Concept of the MasterpieceJan 01, 2013 Listen
Living with the Dead in France: Nineteenth-Century Tomb SculptureDec 25, 2012 Listen
Painting in EmiliaDec 25, 2012 Listen
Tony Smith at 100 Symposium: The Tony Smith Experience and Q and A SessionDec 18, 2012 Listen
Tony Smith at 100 Symposium: Tony Smith: X Marks the SpotDec 18, 2012 Listen
Tony Smith at 100 Symposium: Introductory Remarks and "Dream of the Proper Context": Tony Smith, the Abstract Expressionists' ArchitectDec 18, 2012 Listen
Collecting for Quality: The Kaufman Collection of American Furniture, 1725-1825 Dec 11, 2012 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: Lodovico Carracci: Observations on a Faulted GeniusDec 11, 2012 Listen
The Lion in Great Age: Titian's Last PaintingDec 04, 2012 Listen
George Bellows Symposium: The Late Work of George Bellows and the Question of ModernityDec 04, 2012 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art IX: Collecting Black: An AnachronismNov 27, 2012 Listen
George Bellows Symposium: The Ashcan Goes to War: Bellows, Belligerence, and the Rape of BelgiumNov 27, 2012 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art "Not a painting, but a Vision!": Raphael's Sistine Madonna Turns Five HundredNov 20, 2012 Listen
George Bellows Symposium: Sunday in the Park with George BellowsNov 20, 2012 Listen
George Bellows Symposium: "The infant terrible of painting": Bellows by the RiverNov 20, 2012 Listen
Italian Painting: Mannerism and ManieraNov 13, 2012 Listen
Imperial Augsburg: A Flourishing Market for Innovative PrintsNov 13, 2012 Listen
George Bellows Symposium: Bellows' "Riverfront": The Pestilential City and the Problem of MasculinityNov 13, 2012 Listen
Triumphs in Craftsmanship: Masterpieces of American Furniture from the Kaufman Collection, 1700-1830Nov 06, 2012 Listen
Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Inside OutNov 06, 2012 Listen
Roy Lichtenstein: Reading between the DotsOct 30, 2012 Listen
Amber and the Ancient WorldOct 30, 2012 Listen
George Bellows Symposium: "Election Night, Times Square"Oct 23, 2012 Listen
George Bellows Symposium: Bellows "Both In and Out of the Game"Oct 23, 2012 Listen
Celebrating "National Gallery of Art: Master Paintings from the Collection"Oct 16, 2012 Listen
Barnett Newman: The Stations of the ViewerOct 16, 2012 Listen
The Serial Portrait: Photography and Identity in the Last One Hundred YearsOct 09, 2012 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition:"Shock of the News"Sep 25, 2012 Listen
An American Vision: Henry Francis du Pont's Winterthur Museum Sep 18, 2012 Listen
Gérôme: Celebrated, Vilified, ReconsideredSep 18, 2012 Listen
"Gilbert Stuart": An Introduction to the ExhibitionSep 11, 2012 Listen
PASSAGE 7: John Cage— incidents, texts, conversations, and musicSep 11, 2012 Listen
Signs of the Artist: Signatures and Self-Expression in American PaintingsSep 04, 2012 Listen
Joan Miró Symposium: L'Oeuvre de guerre of Miró: Constellation Series, Série Barcelona, and Ceramics, 1940–1945Sep 04, 2012 Listen
Joan Miró Symposium: Miró's Studios: Reflecting His Roots, His References, and His MemoriesAug 28, 2012 Listen
Nazi Loot in American CollectionsFeb 21, 2012 Listen
Joan Miró Symposium: "The Farm": Primitivism and TransfigurationAug 21, 2012 Listen
Exotic Beasts and Politics: The Menageries of Josephine Bonaparte, Lorenzo de' Medici, and Rudolph IIAug 14, 2012 Listen
Joan Miró Symposium: Perspective, Position, and Politics: Joan MiróAug 14, 2012 Listen
Joan Miró Symposium: Carob Link: A Promenade with MiróAug 07, 2012 Listen
Rings: Five Passions in World Art,"A Preview of the Olympic ExhibitionAug 07, 2012 Listen
Introduction to a Painting: Edouard Manet's The RailwayJul 31, 2012 Listen
Celebrating the Reopening of the Nineteenth-Century French Galleries Symposium: Reinstalling the Nineteenth-Century European Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of ArtJul 31, 2012 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition: Edo: Art in Japan, 1615-1868Jul 24, 2012 Listen
Celebrating the Reopening of the Nineteenth-Century French Galleries Symposium: Rethinking Nineteenth-Century Art History in France: The Musée d'Orsay RenovatedJul 24, 2012 Listen
Celebrating the Reopening of the Nineteenth-Century French Galleries Symposium: The Nineteenth Century According to Albert BarnesJul 17, 2012 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—"Elegance and Refinement: The Still-Life Paintings of Willem van Aelst"Jul 10, 2012 Listen
Caravaggio: A Life Sacred and ProfaneJul 03, 2012 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—"George Bellows": An Unfinished LifeJun 26, 2012 Listen
Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione: Genius in ContextJun 26, 2012 Listen
Samuel F. B. Morse's "Gallery of the Louvre" in Focus Symposium: The Forest of the Old Masters: The Chiaroscuro of American PlacesJun 19, 2012 Listen
Samuel F. B. Morse's "Gallery of the Louvre" in Focus Symposium: Painting and Technology: Samuel F. B. Morse and the Visual Transmission of IntelligenceJun 19, 2012 Listen
Samuel F. B. Morse's "Gallery of the Louvre" in Focus Symposium: The Tradition of Paintings-within-PaintingsJun 19, 2012 Listen
Samuel F. B. Morse's "Gallery of the Louvre" in Focus Symposium: "Gallery of the Louvre" and the Electric TelegraphJun 19, 2012 Listen
Samuel F. B. Morse's "Gallery of the Louvre" in Focus Symposium: Samuel F. B. Morse's "Gallery of the Louvre" as a Religious Painting Jun 19, 2012 Listen
Samuel F. B. Morse's "Gallery of the Louvre" in Focus Symposium: American Artists and the LouvreJun 19, 2012 Listen
Samuel F. B. Morse's "Gallery of the Louvre" in Focus Symposium: Samuel Morse's Louvre in ContextJun 19, 2012 Listen
Samuel F. B. Morse's "Gallery of the Louvre" in Focus Symposium: Samuel F. B. Morse's "Lectures on the Affinity of Painting with the Other Fine Arts" and the Creation of "Gallery of the Louvre" Jun 19, 2012 Listen
Samuel F. B. Morse's "Gallery of the Louvre" in Focus Symposium: Thoughts on the Conservation Treatment of Morse's "Gallery of the LouvreJun 19, 2012 Listen
Architecture and Art: Creating CommunityJun 12, 2012 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition—Miró: Two ViewsJun 05, 2012 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition: Sculpture of Angkor and Ancient Cambodia: Millennium of GloryMay 15, 2012 Listen
Itō Jakuchū's Colorful Realm: Juxtaposition, Naturalism, and RitualMay 08, 2012 Listen
解決當代中國藝術中「東方與西方的難題」May 01, 2012 Listen
Solving the East/West Conundrum in Modern Chinese ArtMay 01, 2012 Listen
Art on the Mall: The National Gallery of Art Sculpture GardenApr 24, 2012 Listen
David Finley, Andrew Mellon, and the Founding of the National GalleryApr 17, 2012 Listen
Garden of Illusions: The National Gallery of Art Sculpture GardenApr 17, 2012 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art I: IntroductionApr 10, 2012 Listen
Side by Side: Cimabue and Giotto at PisaApr 10, 2012 Listen
Speech on the Dedication of the East Building of the National GalleryApr 03, 2012 Listen
Speech on the Dedication of the National Gallery of ArtApr 03, 2012 Listen
Vilhelm Hammershøi and His ContemporariesMar 27, 2012 Listen
Elson Lecture: Kerry James Marshall: The Importance of Being FigurativeMar 27, 2012 Listen
About Four Honest OutlawsMar 20, 2012 Listen
Andrew W. Mellon: Collecting for the NationMar 20, 2012 Listen
Mellon: A LifeMar 13, 2012 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Joel Shapiro, Thoughts on the Organization of Form in Modern SculptureMar 13, 2012 Listen
Nineteenth-Century Redux: A New Look at a Great Collection of French PaintingsMar 06, 2012 Listen
Exhibiting Blackness: African Americans and the American Art MuseumMar 06, 2012 Listen
A Sense of Place—Norman Lewis in Harlem: "An Inquiry into the Laws of Nature"Feb 28, 2012 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art VIII: Elliot Perry and Darrell Walker in Conversation with Michael HarrisFeb 28, 2012 Listen
Conversations with Artists-Compositions and Collaborations: The Arts of Lou StovallFeb 21, 2012 Listen
Conversations with Artists: David C. Driskell and Frank StewartFeb 21, 2012 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art VII: David C. Driskell in Conversation with Ruth FineFeb 14, 2012 Listen
Remembering and Forgetting: Imagery and Its Role in the Slave Trade and Its Abolition Feb 14, 2012 Listen
Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art since Pollock, Part 6: Abstract Art NowFeb 14, 2012 Listen
A Conversation with David C. DriskellFeb 07, 2012 Listen
Works on Paper by African Americans: The Growth of the National Gallery of Art CollectionFeb 07, 2012 Listen
Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art since Pollock, Part 5: Satire, Irony, and Abstract ArtFeb 07, 2012 Listen
Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art since Pollock, Part 4: After MinimalismJan 31, 2012 Listen
Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art since Pollock, Part 3: MinimalismJan 24, 2012 Listen
Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art since Pollock, Part 2: Survivals and Fresh StartsJan 17, 2012 Listen
Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art since Pollock, Part 1: Why Abstract Art?Jan 10, 2012 Listen
An Introduction to the Exhibition—Édouard VuillardJan 10, 2012 Listen
A Sense of Place—Cézanne in Provence: An Introduction to the ExhibitionJan 03, 2012 Listen
The Pastrana Tapestries of King Afonso V of Portugal: The Invention of Glory Dec 27, 2011 Listen
The Image of the Black in Western Art, Part IIDec 20, 2011 Listen
Florence: Days of DestructionDec 13, 2011 Listen
Some Pages from Michelangelo's LifeDec 13, 2011 Listen
Leonardo da Vinci: Artist of Sketchbooks and NotebooksDec 06, 2011 Listen
Antico: The Making of an ExhibitionDec 06, 2011 Listen
Teaching Connoisseurship: Paul Sachs at Harvard University and Bernard Berenson at Villa I TattiNov 29, 2011 Listen
Harry Callahan at 100Nov 29, 2011 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition-In the Tower: Mel BochnerNov 22, 2011 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: Bernard Berenson and Lorenzo Lotto Nov 22, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Mel BochnerNov 22, 2011 Listen
Morse at the Louvre Nov 15, 2011 Listen
Warhol: Headlines Symposium Nov 15, 2011 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: The Third Italian Renaissance: Art of the Lombard PlainNov 08, 2011 Listen
A New Look: Samuel F. B. Morse's Gallery of the LouvreNov 08, 2011 Listen
Americans Collect Italian Renaissance ArtNov 01, 2011 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition-Warhol: HeadlinesNov 01, 2011 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: The Fashioning of a Public Persona: Duchess Eleonora di Toledo's Ceremonial Dress and Her Portraits by BronzinoOct 25, 2011 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art 2002: The Turning FigureOct 25, 2011 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: Michelangelo and the Medici: From Florentine Prodigy to Tuscan Icon Oct 18, 2011 Listen
Art Theft and the Tate's Stolen Turners Oct 18, 2011 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art 1999: Art and Science in the Drawings of Leonardo da VinciOct 11, 2011 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art 1998: A Carpaccio Masterpiece RediscoveredOct 11, 2011 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art: The Young MichelangeloOct 04, 2011 Listen
The Film-Makers' Cooperative at FiftyOct 04, 2011 Listen
My Faraway One: The Letters of Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz, 1915-1933Sep 27, 2011 Listen
In the Tower: Nam June Paik SymposiumSep 27, 2011 Listen
Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Ann HamiltonSep 20, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Nancy Graves and Donald SaffSep 13, 2011 Listen
Michael Kahn and Shakespeare's ItalySep 06, 2011 Listen
The Moment of Caravaggio: Part 6: Painting and ViolenceAug 30, 2011 Listen
The Moment of Caravaggio: Part 5: Severed RepresentationsAug 30, 2011 Listen
The Moment of Caravaggio: Part 4: Absorption and Address Aug 23, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Scott Burton and George SegalAug 23, 2011 Listen
The Moment of Caravaggio: Part 3: The Invention of AbsorptionAug 16, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Richard Misrach, Desert Cantos and Other LandscapesAug 16, 2011 Listen
The Moment of Caravaggio: Part 2: Immersion and SpecularityAug 09, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Ed RuschaAug 09, 2011 Listen
The Moment of Caravaggio: Part 1: A New Type of Self-PortraitAug 02, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Pat SteirAug 02, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Jim DineJul 26, 2011 Listen
The Unknown ModiglianiJul 26, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Roy LichtensteinJul 19, 2011 Listen
Decoding Baltz's PrototypesJul 19, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van BruggenJul 12, 2011 Listen
Celebrating Seventy YearsJul 12, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeJul 05, 2011 Listen
The Role of Art in DiplomacyJul 05, 2011 Listen
Gauguin's Selves: Visual Identities in the Age of FreudJun 28, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 2004: Jim DineJun 28, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 2003: Sam GilliamJun 21, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 2005: Andy GoldsworthyJun 14, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 2002: Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeJun 14, 2011 Listen
Last Looks, Last Books: The Binocular Poetry of Death, Part 6: Self-Portraits While Dying: James Merrill, "A Scattering of Salts"Jun 14, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 2000: Wayne Thiebaud: "The Painted World"Jun 07, 2011 Listen
Meeting Metsu: ANOTHER Dutch MasterJun 07, 2011 Listen
Last Looks, Last Books: The Binocular Poetry of Death, Part 5: Caught and Freed: Elizabeth Bishop, "Geography III"Jun 07, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 1999: Ellsworth KellyMay 31, 2011 Listen
Calling the Earth to Witness: Paul Gauguin in the MarquesasMay 31, 2011 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition� Gauguin: Maker of MythMay 31, 2011 Listen
Last Looks, Last Books: The Binocular Poetry of Death, Part 4: Death by Subtraction: Robert Lowell, "Day by Day"May 31, 2011 Listen
For the Love of Movies: The Story of American Film CriticismMay 24, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 2011: Terry Winters: Notes on Painting May 24, 2011 Listen
Last Looks, Last Books: The Binocular Poetry of Death, Part 3: The Contest of Melodrama and Restraint: Sylvia Plath, "Ariel"May 24, 2011 Listen
Sights and Sounds of 18th-Century Venice SymposiumMay 17, 2011 Listen
Last Looks, Last Books: The Binocular Poetry of Death, Part 2: Facing the Worst: Wallace Stevens, "The Rock"May 17, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Jim Dine May 17, 2011 Listen
Last Looks, Last Books: The Binocular Poetry of Death, Part 1: Introduction: Sustaining a Double ViewMay 10, 2011 Listen
Neorealismo 1941-1954: Days of GloryMay 10, 2011 Listen
The Rodin TouchMay 10, 2011 Listen
Gabriel Metsu, 1629-1667May 03, 2011 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art III: A Peculiar Destiny: The Mission of the Paul R. Jones Collection May 03, 2011 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art II: Reflections on CollectingApr 26, 2011 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Wayne ThiebaudApr 19, 2011 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art 2003: Ovid's "Metamorphoses" in the Art of Renaissance and Baroque MastersApr 12, 2011 Listen
Lewis Baltz: Prototypes/Ronde de NuitApr 12, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 1998: I. M. Pei in conversation with Earl A. Powell III Apr 12, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 1996: Elizabeth MurrayApr 05, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 1995: Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van BruggenMar 29, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 1994: Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Rosenblum Mar 22, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture 1993: Frank StellaMar 15, 2011 Listen
Introduction to the Exhibition�Venice: Canaletto and His RivalsMar 08, 2011 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art 2005: Illuminated Choral Manuscripts of the Italian RenaissanceMar 01, 2011 Listen
Art and Representation in the Ancient New World, Part 5: Envisioning a New WorldMar 01, 2011 Listen
Gauguin: Maker of MythMar 01, 2011 Listen
Art and Representation in the Ancient New World, Part 4: Representation and ImitationFeb 22, 2011 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art 2006: Modernity is Old: The Landscape of Italy as Seen by the Painters of the Early 19th Century Feb 22, 2011 Listen
Art and Representation in the Ancient New World, Part 3: The Body of Perfection, the Perfection of the BodyFeb 15, 2011 Listen
The Sculpture of Edgar Degas at the National Gallery of Art: Launch of a Landmark Publication Feb 15, 2011 Listen
The Moran GondolaFeb 08, 2011 Listen
Art and Representation in the Ancient New World, Part 2: Seeing Time, Hearing Time, Placing TimeFeb 08, 2011 Listen
The Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Andy GoldsworthyFeb 08, 2011 Listen
Art and Representation in the Ancient New World, Part 1: The Shifting Now of the Pre-Columbian PastFeb 01, 2011 Listen
Fragonard's "Progress of Love" at the Frick Collection: A Site-Specific Installation?Feb 01, 2011 Listen
Film Design: Translating Words into Images Jan 25, 2011 Listen
Jan Lievens: Out of Rembrandt's Shadow; Jan Lievens in Black and White: Etchings, Woodcuts, and Collaborations in PrintJan 25, 2011 Listen
Dutch Paintings at the National Gallery of Art: The Untold Stories behind the Acquisitions of the Rembrandts, Vermeers, and Other Treasures in the CollectionJan 18, 2011 Listen
Edgar Degas Sculpture: The Systematic Catalogue Jan 11, 2011 Listen
Elson Lecture, A Conversation with Artist Robert GoberJan 11, 2011 Listen
The Early Modernists in AmericaJan 04, 2011 Listen
The Image of the Black in Western Art, Part 1Dec 28, 2010 Listen
Puvis de Chavannes and the Invention of Modernism: Parsing the National Gallery of Art Paintings Dec 28, 2010 Listen
Robert Frank and the Photographic Book, 1930�1960Dec 21, 2010 Listen
Michelangelo: In the Beginning Dec 14, 2010 Listen
The Greatest Unknown Work of Art in AmericaDec 07, 2010 Listen
The Vogel Collection Story: Postcards from ArtistsDec 07, 2010 Listen
Conversations with Authors: Michael Fried on Photography, Modernism, and the Importance of Not Losing Faith in the DialecticNov 30, 2010 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art 2010: Thoughts on the Caravaggisti Nov 23, 2010 Listen
The New Acropolis Museum: A Conversation with Dimitrios PandermalisNov 16, 2010 Listen
What I Saw: An Art Critic's Report on Forty Years in WashingtonNov 09, 2010 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art IV: A Historical OverviewNov 02, 2010 Listen
Arcimboldo, 1526-1593: Nature and FantasyNov 02, 2010 Listen
Edvard Munch: Understanding His Master Prints Oct 26, 2010 Listen
Sirens, Sea Unicorns, and Aquatic Angels: Fantastic Marine Creatures from Renaissance VeniceOct 19, 2010 Listen
Are Books Making Us Illiterate? How e-Reading Can Save CivilizationOct 12, 2010 Listen
Martin Puryear: "How Things Fit Together"Oct 05, 2010 Listen
Winter (after Arcimboldo) by Philip Haas Sep 28, 2010 Listen
Martin Puryear: "Sculpture that Tries to Describe Itself to the World"Sep 28, 2010 Listen
Conversations with Collectors: Dorothy and Herbert VogelSep 21, 2010 Listen
Conversations with Artists: Leo VillarealSep 14, 2010 Listen
Richard Misrach: On the BeachSep 07, 2010 Listen
A Gallery Landmark Launched: "French Paintings of the 15th through the 18th Century," a Systematic CatalogueAug 31, 2010 Listen
Venus as Odalisque: Ingres's Reimagining of the Female Nude Aug 24, 2010 Listen
Celebrating "Civilisation"Aug 17, 2010 Listen
The Somewhat Private Life of Allen GinsbergAug 10, 2010 Listen
The Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: James TurrellAug 03, 2010 Listen
Edvard Munch: Master PrintsAug 03, 2010 Listen
The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in HistoryAug 03, 2010 Listen
The Role of Art in DiplomacyJul 27, 2010 Listen
The Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Rachel Whiteread Jul 20, 2010 Listen
The Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Theory of Boundaries: A Conversation with Mel Bochner Jul 20, 2010 Listen
The Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Chuck CloseJul 20, 2010 Listen
"Synecdoche": The Relationship of Big to Small in the Work of Byron KimJul 13, 2010 Listen
About Abstraction: A Conversation with Melvin Edwards, Sam Gilliam, and William T. WilliamsJun 22, 2010 Listen
The Image of Abraham LincolnJun 15, 2010 Listen
The Vogel Collection Story, The Fifty Works for Fifty States Project: Two Years LaterJun 08, 2010 Listen
American Modernism: The Shein Collection Jun 01, 2010 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art 2009: Ghiberti and the Painters of FlorenceMay 25, 2010 Listen
American Visionary Filmmakers and the Heritage of EmersonMay 18, 2010 Listen
Beat Memories: The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg: Part 2, Revisiting and ReprintingMay 11, 2010 Listen
Beat Memories: The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg: Part 1, The Early PhotosMay 04, 2010 Listen
The Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Brice Marden on ArtMay 04, 2010 Listen
Elson Lecture 2010: Susan Rothenberg: A Life in PaintingApr 27, 2010 Listen
Hendrick Avercamp: The Little Ice Age: Part 2, One Community on the IceApr 13, 2010 Listen
Hendrick Avercamp: The Little Ice Age: Part 1, Winter LandscapesApr 06, 2010 Listen
Sculpture Comes to Life: Splendor, Color, and Realism in Baroque Spain and ElsewhereApr 06, 2010 Listen
The Sacred Made Real: The Making of an ExhibitionMar 30, 2010 Listen
The Sacred Made Real: Spanish Painting and Sculpture, 1600�1700: Part 2, Spanish RealismMar 23, 2010 Listen
The Sacred Made Real: Spanish Painting and Sculpture, 1600�1700: Part 1, Polychromed SculptureMar 09, 2010 Listen
The History of Books and the Digital FutureFeb 16, 2010 Listen
Garden Caf� Fran�ais (English)Feb 02, 2010 Listen
Garden Caf� Fran�ais (Fran�ais)Feb 02, 2010 Listen
From Impressionism to Modernism: The Chester Dale Collection: Part 2, Getting to Know Maud and Chester DaleJan 12, 2010 Listen
From Impressionism to Modernism: The Chester Dale Collection: Part 1, An Introduction to the ExhibitionJan 05, 2010 Listen
Reading of "The Fisherwoman" by Toni Morrison from Robert Bergman's book A Kind of Rapture, in conjunction with the exhibition Robert Bergman: Portraits, 1986�1995Dec 15, 2009 Listen
Graft by Roxy PaineDec 08, 2009 Listen
In the Darkroom: Photographic Processes before the Digital AgeNov 10, 2009 Listen
Editions with Additions: Working Proofs by Jasper JohnsNov 03, 2009 Listen
Robert Bergman: Portraits, 1986�1995: A Conversation with the PhotographerOct 13, 2009 Listen
Hendrick ter Brugghen's "Bagpipe Player"Oct 06, 2009 Listen
The Darker Side of Light: Arts of Privacy, 1850�1900Sep 29, 2009 Listen
Renaissance to Revolution: French Drawings at the National Gallery of Art: Part 3, History of the CollectionSep 22, 2009 Listen
Renaissance to Revolution: French Drawings at the National Gallery of Art: Part 2, The 18th CenturySep 15, 2009 Listen
Renaissance to Revolution: French Drawings at the National Gallery of Art: Part 1, The 16th and 17th CenturiesSep 08, 2009 Listen
Garden Caf� Espa�a y las Tradiciones Culinarias Espa�olasSep 01, 2009 Listen
Judith Leyster, 1609�1660: Part 4, Music in the Paintings of Judith LeysterAug 25, 2009 Listen
Garden Caf� Espa�a and the Culinary Traditions of SpainAug 18, 2009 Listen
An Antiquity of Imagination: Tullio Lombardo and Venetian High Renaissance SculptureAug 11, 2009 Listen
The Art of Power: Royal Armor and Portraits from Imperial SpainAug 04, 2009 Listen
Luis Melendez: Master of the Spanish Still Life, Part 2: Mel�ndez's Working MethodJul 28, 2009 Listen
Luis Mel�ndez: Master of the Spanish Still Life, Part 1: The ArtistJul 21, 2009 Listen
The Beffi Triptych: Preserving Abruzzo's Cultural HeritageJul 14, 2009 Listen
Judith Leyster, 1609�1660: Part 3, Music in Leyster's WorkJul 07, 2009 Listen
Judith Leyster, 1609�1660: Part 2, Leyster's TechniqueJun 30, 2009 Listen
Judith Leyster, 1609-1660: Part 1, An IntroductionJun 23, 2009 Listen
Stanley William Hayter: From Surrealism to AbstractionJun 16, 2009 Listen
Jarom�r Funke and the Amateur Avant-GardeJun 09, 2009 Listen
The Role of Art and Architecture in Civic BuildingsJun 02, 2009 Listen
Fifty-eighth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Picasso and Truth, Part 6: MuralMay 26, 2009 Listen
Fifty-eighth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Picasso and Truth, Part 5: MonumentMay 19, 2009 Listen
Fifty-eighth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Picasso and Truth, Part 4: MonsterMay 12, 2009 Listen
Fifty-eighth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Picasso and Truth, Part 3: WindowMay 05, 2009 Listen
Fifty-eighth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Picasso and Truth, Part 2: RoomApr 28, 2009 Listen
Fifty-eighth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Picasso and Truth, Part 1: ObjectApr 14, 2009 Listen
Elson Lecture 2009: Robert FrankApr 07, 2009 Listen
Pride of Place, Part 3: Daily LifeMar 31, 2009 Listen
Pride of Place, Part 2: The CitiesMar 24, 2009 Listen
Pride of Place, Part 1: The CityscapeMar 17, 2009 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art VI: The Art of CollectingMar 03, 2009 Listen
The Collecting of African American Art V: Collecting as a Way of LifeFeb 24, 2009 Listen
Augustus Saint-Gaudens and the Shaw MemorialFeb 17, 2009 Listen
An American JourneyFeb 10, 2009 Listen
Transforming Destiny into Awareness: Robert Frank's "The Americans"Feb 03, 2009 Listen
In the Tower: Philip GustonJan 27, 2009 Listen
The Man Who Made Vermeers: Unvarnishing the Legend of Master Forger Han van MeegerenJan 20, 2009 Listen
First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and the 1963 Exhibition of the "Mona Lisa"Jan 13, 2009 Listen
Stanley Kubrick: Two ViewsDec 30, 2008 Listen
Time, Space, and the Progress of History in the Medieval MapDec 23, 2008 Listen
Conversations with Authors: Calvin TomkinsDec 16, 2008 Listen
The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture on Italian Art 2008: To Live with Myths in Pompeii and BeyondDec 09, 2008 Listen
Let's Talk: A Conversation with Peter SchjeldahlDec 02, 2008 Listen
Jan Lievens, Part 3: Return to the Netherlands (1644�1674)Nov 25, 2008 Listen
Jan Lievens, Part 2: London and Antwerp (1632�1644)Nov 18, 2008 Listen
Jan Lievens, Part 1: The Leiden Years (1620�1632) Nov 11, 2008 Listen
Pompeii and the Roman Villa, Part 5: Rediscovery and ReinventionNov 04, 2008 Listen
Pompeii and the Roman Villa, Part 4: The Greek LegacyOct 28, 2008 Listen
Pompeii and the Roman Villa, Part 3: Triclinium of MoregineOct 21, 2008 Listen
Pompeii and the Roman Villa, Part 2: Courtyards and GardensOct 14, 2008 Listen
Pompeii and the Roman Villa, Part 1: Patrons at HomeOct 07, 2008 Listen
George de Forest Brush, Part 2: Tradition and ModernitySep 23, 2008 Listen
George de Forest Brush, Part 1: The Advent of the Indian PaintingsSep 16, 2008 Listen
Martin Puryear, Part 2: Defining the ObjectSep 09, 2008 Listen
Martin Puryear, Part 1: Evolution of an ExhibitionSep 02, 2008 Listen
Richard Misrach, Part 3: On the BeachAug 26, 2008 Listen
Richard Misrach, Part 2: Color and ScaleAug 19, 2008 Listen
Richard Misrach, Part 1: Origins and InfluencesAug 12, 2008 Listen
Afghan Treasures: Rescuing Tillya Tepe's Gold, Part 4Aug 05, 2008 Listen
Afghan Treasures: The Silk Road Revealed at Begram, Part 3Jul 29, 2008 Listen
Afghan Treasures: In Search of "Lady Moon"-A� Khanum, Part 2Jun 17, 2008 Listen
Afghan Treasures: The Bactrian Hoard and Tepe Fullol, Part 1Jun 03, 2008 Listen
The Vogel Collection Story: Part 3, The Fifty Works for Fifty States ProjectMay 13, 2008 Listen
The Vogel Collection Story: Part 2, Working with the National Gallery of ArtMay 06, 2008 Listen
The Vogel Collection Story: Part 1, Meeting and CollectingApr 29, 2008 Listen
Tools of the TradeApr 22, 2008 Listen
The Paper Tiger: Calotypes in Great Britain, Part 2Apr 08, 2008 Listen
The Paper Tiger: Calotypes in Great Britain, Part 1Apr 01, 2008 Listen
The Italian Legacy in Washington, D.C.Mar 25, 2008 Listen
The Magic of FontainebleauMar 18, 2008 Listen
Robert Rauschenberg, Part 4: Today's WorkFeb 15, 2008 Listen
Robert Rauschenberg, Part 3: Family MattersFeb 14, 2008 Listen
Robert Rauschenberg, Part 2: The Personal and the GlobalFeb 13, 2008 Listen
Robert Rauschenberg, Part 1: Printmaking, Collaboration, and LanguageFeb 12, 2008 Listen
Going Dutch, Part 2: Exploring Paintings from the NetherlandsFeb 05, 2008 Listen
Bronze and Boxwood: Sculpting the Robert H. Smith CollectionJan 29, 2008 Listen
Going Dutch, Part 1: Exploring Paintings from the NetherlandsJan 22, 2008 Listen
Why Medals Matter: The Story of the Renaissance MedalJan 15, 2008 Listen
The Baroque Woodcut: Carving a NicheDec 11, 2007 Listen
Opening the Covers of the Rare Book CollectionDec 04, 2007 Listen
Rauschenberg's Experiments in PrintmakingNov 27, 2007 Listen
Exploring Turner, Part 2: InventionNov 17, 2007 Listen
Exploring Turner, Part 1: ProcessNov 13, 2007 Listen
J.M.W. Turner and AmericaNov 06, 2007 Listen
Snapshot CollectingOct 30, 2007 Listen
The Mystique of Edward HopperOct 01, 2007 Listen
Holiday Stamps: Bernardino Luini's The Madonna of the CarnationOct 23, 2007 Listen
Amateur Photography and the Decisive MomentOct 16, 2007 Listen
Exploring Photography at the National Gallery of ArtSep 03, 2007 Listen
A Shakespearean ConnectionSep 03, 2007 Listen
Telling the Edward Hopper StorySep 03, 2007 Listen
Hopper Meets Opera in Later the Same EveningSep 03, 2007 Listen
Desiderio da SettignanoAug 07, 2007 Listen
Modernity and Tradition: Film in Interwar Central EuropeAug 07, 2007 Listen
Modernity in Central Europe, 1918-1945 Aug 07, 2007 Listen
Tabernacle Frames from the Samuel H. Kress CollectionAug 07, 2007 Listen
Who Is That Boy in Fancy DressJul 03, 2007 Listen
Photography between the WarsJul 03, 2007 Listen
The Mellon Legacy: Andrew and Paul MellonJul 03, 2007 Listen
The Making of a DVD Paul Mellon: In His Own WordsJul 03, 2007 Listen